# elementary math

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A student has a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter distributed two coins apiece to his front two pants pockets. What is the probability that the front right pocket has more than 30¢ in it?

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Would it help to rephrase the question?

What is the probability of having a dime and a quarter in the right pocket?

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